What is Frozen Custard?

Frozen Custard is an old-fashioned ice cream treat created in 1919 on Coney Island, New York. It is made with all natural ingredients with no preservatives or artificial ingredients.

Pugel’s Frozen Custard is made fresh throughout the day.

Pugel’s Frozen Custard is served at approximately 26 degrees, compared to regular ice cream at about 10 degrees. This allows your taste buds to get a “true taste,” unlike soft serve ice cream served at al lower temperature that tends to “numb” or freeze your taste buds while eating. Custard has very little air whipped in, making it denser and smoother than soft serve ice cream. Custard by definition must have 10% butterfat and 1.4% egg.

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What is Concrete?

A Concrete is Pugel’s Frozen Custard blended with any combination of mix-in ingredients such as Sundae Toppings and/or pieces of Cookies, Brownies, or Candy served in a cup with a spoon and straw. Concrete is blended so thick, that the spoon does not fall out of the cup if turned upside down.

Seasonal Concrete favorites combined with Pugel’s Frozen Custard are Pumpkin Spice, Poteet Strawberry, and Fredricksburg Peach. It has been argued that Concrete drew its inspiration in 1959 from St. Louis based Ted Drewes Frozen Custard.